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  • The Incarceration of Girls and Women of Color

    in Culture

    Join Dr. Culbreth and guests, Ms. Liz Alexander, Ms. Jaquala Yarbro and Ms. Chaundra Whitehead for a discussion on the incarceration of girls and women of color. Topics include the school to prison pipeline, sexual abuse, mental illness, families, and the overrepresentation of girls and women of color in juvenile/prison complexes among other topics. 

  • 01:01

    THE AGE OF MASS INCARCERATION

    in Lifestyle

    TONIGHT 9P- THE AGE OF MASS INCARCERATION


    “The Social Lab” TM Hyman Radio is a high-energy exchange of views, insight and entertainment executive produced and hosted by TM Hyman with co-host Madam Boston, Hot Chocolate, Sabe James, along with special correspondents DD Willingham & Toya Cooper. The one-hour weekly program offers a unique blend of fresh topics and practical conversations with over 100,000 listeners worldwide. The show has featured regular celebrity guest including Supa Producer Bing Dawg (Straight Outta Compton Soundtrack), Dru Hill, Cast of Money & Violence, Mack Wilds, Joe Smith, Dawn Richard (Dirty Money), High Five, 112, Dr. Gray Ray (FAMU) and so many others. Each Monday, Wednesday & Friday TM Hyman engages co-hosts and guests in substantive and provocative discussions on a wide range of topics including: politics, health, finance, sports, technology and pop culture. A humorous, but insightful navigation of the issues that matter from fresh, diverse points of view is the show's hallmark. REAL TALK. REAL PEOPLE. REAL TIMES.


    Log onto http://www.tmhymanradio.com to listen LIVE Monday, Wednesday & Friday at 9pm. Don't miss it!

    Produced by: HAC Media Group

  • 01:04

    Mass Incarceration

    in Radio

    Tonight it's all about the prison system and the mass incarceration. Is it a 75 billion dollar failed idea? Find out tonight with guest friends: Kathy Gunter, an educator within the male prison system. Chef Tarsha, a Celebrity chef out of Houston Texas and radio personality owner of Crave Gourmet Bakery and Catered Cafe. Herb Taylor, drafted in 2007 in round six to the Jacksonville Jaguars then to the Green Bay Packers, now Herb is working in the family business the World Reowned Ray's BBQ. Dr. Willie J. Kimmons, founder of Save Children, Save Schools, author and child advocate.


    Order your copy of Shay-Renae's new theme song for today's times "I Am Awake" available for purchase on http://cdbaby.com/cd/shayrenae and SEE YOUR WORLD! 

  • 01:58

    Pipelines from Schools to Prison and Mass & Incarceration

    in Current Events

    The co-hosts discuss recent national efforts to address mass incarceration and the criminalizationion of youth in school environments.  The co-hosts recap a recent national town hall meeting on the Pipelines from Schools to Prison and a local forum held at Delaware State University to discuss mass encarceration of minorities.

  • 02:12

    TERRIFIC MINDED THURSDAYS Incarceration by Circumstance, Freedom by Science

    in Education

    TERRIFIC MINDED THURSDAY


    10/22/2015 6:30 PM CST


    CALL 713-955-0708 LET YOUR VOICE BE HEARD


    JOIN CURTIS WISE JR & SISTER DEJA AS WE GO ALL IN WITH THE CAUSE AND EFFECTS OF WRONGFUL INCARCERATION FROM EVERY ANGLE INCLUDING THE FAMILY OF THE VICTIMS.


    WE HAVE SPECIAL GUEST GINNY BULLOCH & DEWAYNE HENDRIX, MEMBERS OF THE WAYNE WILLIAMS FREEDOM PROJECT AND EMMANUEL WILLIAMS THE BROTHER OF 1980 ATLANTA MISSING AND CHILD MURDER VICTIM CLIFFORD JONES AS WE DISCUSS UNJUST INCARCERATION, THOSE WHO HAVE WON EXONERATION AFTER 15+ YEARS OF INCARCERATION, AS WELL AS THOSE WHO ARE STILL AWAITING MOMENTS OF TRUE JUSTICE.


     

  • 00:57

    American Vernacular: Education v. Incarceration

    in Politics Progressive

    American Vernacular looks at education versus incarceration rates and how the private prison system has replaced the justice system for many Americans. Tune in and join the conversation. 

  • 01:59

    Life After Incarceration - Do Second Chances Really Exist?

    in Relationships

    FOR MEN ONLY - This is our special MAN TALK segment.
    (Ladies are in listen only mode.)


    If you are a man and have experienced incarceration or have a loved one that has been incarcerated I want to talk with YOU.


    We will have special guest joining me for the discussion. 


    Topics include:


    1. Are you physically ready, but feel mentally oppressed? Or, maybe you're FREE, but still a slave to your past?


    2. How do you rebuild your inner man?


    3. Where do you pick-up with your children?


    And more...

  • 00:52

    The Dr. Kim Show American Justice Series Part I "The Steep Cost Of Incarceration

    in Entertainment

    The Dr. Kim Show American Justice Series Part I


    "The Steep Cost Of Incarceration On Women Of Color." 


    Tuesday 12/1/2015


    10:00 am - 11:00 am (MST)


    Show Link:


    Call in (347) 934-0628


     


    The Dr. Kim Show American Justice Series Part I "The Steep Cost Of Incarceration On Women Of Color." Thousands of women are shouldering the financial burden of incarceration of a loved one, particularly in black communities. Join Dr. Kim in the studio as we discuss this epidemic of women of color and incarceration.


    According to data from a CNN/Kaiser Family Foundation poll on race in America, 55% of black Americans said they either had been incarcerated themselves or had a close friend or family member who had been incarcerated compared to 36% of whites and 39% of Hispanics. Among these black Americans, nearly two-thirds said they earned less than $50,000 a year and only 21% said they had earned a college degree.


    The financial costs of incarceration are steep. Inmates can be assessed fees for their daily stay in jail, probation and phone calls. In some cases, inmates accrued thousands of dollars in prison-related debt. Once released, many former inmates find that employers are reluctant to hire people with criminal records. As a result, it's often female relatives who are left footing a large percentage of the bills.

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  • 00:30

    SOCIAL INJUSTICE : BLACK AMERICAN INCARCERATION IN THE UNITED STATES

    in News

    The census from 2012 reported that there are 18.5 million black American males of all ages in the United States. The number of black males aged 16 to 40 is four million which is a socially catastrophic number of black men behind bars in the United States. There are nine hundred thousand black men aged 18-45 are incarcerated in the United States. The number of black Americans incarcerated is greater than the summed total of all people incarcerated in India, Argentina, Canada, Lebanon, Japan, German, Finland, Israel and England ....combined.


    American prison population increased by 700% from 1970 to 2005 up to a total of 2.3 million incarcerated people. More than 58% of black American youth are sent to adult prisons and 1.2 million black American children had an incarcerated parent in 2013.


    Capitalism is booming with the prison industry. Companies utilizing “prison labor” is inhumane exploitation of black and Hispanic prisoners who work for $0.25/hr. The companies know that there will be no strikes, no unemployment insurance to pay, no vacation time to allot, no compensation benefits to pay. If prisoners refuse to work, they are locked in isolated cells as punishment. With this great investment enterprise, jail populations grew by 2,000,000 persons in the year 2000. United States went from having 15 private prisons to 100 private prisons.

  • 02:42

    Is Mass incarceration the solution? How can we keep so many Blacks out of prison

    in Education

    ATTENTION: All Dekalb County residents, District Attorney, Robert James will be featured on the show. We will interview him, and get his views on Mass Incarceration, his upcoming re-election process and how he plans to make Dekalb county a safer and prosperous county for his constituents. It's imperative that ALL DEKALB COUNTY residents call-in and voice their concerns about the man who makes the final decison on what happens to the criminals in their county. You have a voice, so please make it count. The United States is the world's leader in incarceration with 2.2 million people currently in the nation's prisons or jails -- a 500% increase over the past thirty years. More than 60% of the people in prison are now racial and ethnic minorities. For Black males, 1 in every 3 is likely to be in prison or jail on any given day. These trends have been intensified by the disproportionate impact of the "war on drugs," in which two-thirds of all persons in prison for drug offenses are people of color. Do you believe that Mass Incarceration is the answer for better communities? How do we keep so many Blacks out of prison/jail? Do we have enough Blacks within the judicial system, to help benefit Blacks?  Tune in from 9pm-11pm est, to join the dialouge and voice your opinion. "Darryel's Daily Dialogue...where positive words, manifest positive action."